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I'm a 23 year old guy and male pattern baldness runs in my family. It's already started for me, and it's only going to get worse over time. By the time I'm 30, I might look like my dad. I just don't want to be bald. When I heard about the i-grow FDA approved hair laser helmet, which has been written about quite a lot and seems to actually work, I immediately became curious. It works and it grows hair, they say. If that's true, I want some of that. 

I guess I'm here to ask about experiences people might have. If you've used the i-grow hair laser helmet or know someone who has, does your hair really grow thicker after 120 days?

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You know what? I am usually a skeptical person, but in your situation, I would say, yes, why not. Why? The i-grow hair laser helmet is nearly $700 and that is an awful lot of money for someone your age. But other reputable anti balding treatments like rogaine need to be applied constantly which means there's not just a one off purchase but repurchasing all the time, and hair transplants for male pattern baldness are really crazy expensive. 

The i-grow hair laser helmet? It's a lump sum payment and you're done. You can use it for a long time. And I think it might work because it has got some good reviews. 

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 1. I love a tough bald guy. I think baldness can be very sexy indeed. They even say that bald guys have higher testosterone levels so they could be considered ultra masculine if you like. Don't let male pattern baldness destroy your self confidence because there are plenty of ladies who also love bald guys. 

2. The iGrow Hair Growth System might be FDA approved, but their website screams "cheap television product" to me, right down to the voice they use. I don't trust advertising like that. If it works, that would not be needed. The "order now and get express shipping for free" and "you get a free conditioner" bit is especially doubtful. They say they offer a full refund if it does not work for you, but I'd sure as hell read the small print first!

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Yes, exactly. I'm interested in hair renewal myself so of course I've hunted down just about every review there is on the iGrow system on the web. I prefer actual footage to just words as an extra layer of proof, and YouTube is the ideal platform for that. There are reviews of the iGrow laser system on there. Some people admit they were part of a study on behalf of the iGrow company, and others... admit they have returned their hair renewal helmets and one even mentioned he had to pay an 18% fee to get his money back, which is not a full refund exactly. Color me unconvinced.

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If this works, it sounds like a fantastic device that could help millions of men (and women!) reverse and halt balding. However, this topic right here is my first time ever hearing about this so-called iGrow hair helmet device. Hair growth must be a huge industry, so I'm asking myself, why is it that I have never heard of this at home helmet to regrow your hair before?

I would venture to say that this sounds more like snake oil than science, but that is before looking up any information about the hair growth helmet. If it does work, is it only for bald people or can it help anyone achieve a fuller head of hair? And for that matter, could it help people with total baldness get their hair back, especially after many years? How exactly does this device supposedly work?

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Hmmm... my impression is that this is basically the opposite of laser hair removal. Lasers are used to get rid of hair, anywhere on the body, all the time, and with proven, long lasting, impressive results. You don't hear anyone questioning whether laser hair removal works, because we know it does. Why is it so difficult to believe that if laser technology can remove hair, it can't regrow it? I assume the follicles are stimulated in some way. I don't know if this i-grow helmet offers results, but in general, the whole idea makes a lot of sense to me.
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